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sPzAbt653 -> Any worth? (5/5/2021 1:28:48 AM)

Cleaning out a closet, I found these two duds in the bottom of a bin. They're probably from the 90's. If anyone has any interest, pay for the shipping [I am on the east coast, USA] and you can have them. Otherwise I will gladly toss them away!

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RangerJoe -> RE: Any worth? (5/5/2021 2:49:07 AM)

If no one else wants them, I will.

The first set has some games that I played a long time ago. [:D]




Zovs -> RE: Any worth? (5/5/2021 2:50:36 AM)

Man what a blast from the past!

I used to have the first and second set lol




RFalvo69 -> RE: Any worth? (5/5/2021 8:22:20 AM)

The boxes are cool, toh.




Greybriar -> RE: Any worth? (5/6/2021 4:02:47 AM)


quote:

ORIGINAL: sPzAbt653

Cleaning out a closet, I found these two duds in the bottom of a bin. They're probably from the 90's. If anyone has any interest, pay for the shipping [I am on the east coast, USA] and you can have them. Otherwise I will gladly toss them away!

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Definitive Wargame Collection II contains the following DOS games:
Panzer General
Steel Panthers
Tanks!
Clash Of Steel
Command H.Q.
High Command Europe 1939-'45
Genghis Khan II
V for Victory: Utah Beach
V for Victory: Market-Garden
Harpoon II with Harpoon II Battle Set 2 and Harpoon II Battle Set 3
Operation Europe: Path To Victory
Romance Of The Three Kingdoms III

Plus three demos: WarWind, Fantasy General, and Age of Rifles

The Perfect Trilogy contains The Perfect General, The Perfect General Scenario Disk: World War II Battle Set, and The Perfect General: Greatest Battles of the 20th Century.

If anyone is into retro gaming those would be great additions to their gaming library, especially if they either had a PC with a DOS operating system or knew how to get them up and running under DOSBox or something similar.




RangerJoe -> RE: Any worth? (5/6/2021 4:18:09 AM)

Dosbox is easy, a batch file can even be made for them.




RFalvo69 -> RE: Any worth? (5/6/2021 8:22:19 AM)


quote:

ORIGINAL: Greybriar


quote:

ORIGINAL: sPzAbt653

Cleaning out a closet, I found these two duds in the bottom of a bin. They're probably from the 90's. If anyone has any interest, pay for the shipping [I am on the east coast, USA] and you can have them. Otherwise I will gladly toss them away!

[image]local://upfiles/24850/25811DE800F54D28AEBAF9C0CFB4243F.jpg[/image]

Definitive Wargame Collection II contains the following DOS games:
Panzer General
Steel Panthers
Tanks!
Clash Of Steel
Command H.Q.
High Command Europe 1939-'45
Genghis Khan II
V for Victory: Utah Beach
V for Victory: Market-Garden
Harpoon II with Harpoon II Battle Set 2 and Harpoon II Battle Set 3
Operation Europe: Path To Victory
Romance Of The Three Kingdoms III

Plus three demos: WarWind, Fantasy General, and Age of Rifles

Now I remember about this collection! It was the "First Prize" for a wargaming tournament in Catanzaro back in 2000! Ah, the nostalgia...




demyansk -> RE: Any worth? (5/6/2021 11:10:56 PM)

I loved Clash of Stell




Kuokkanen -> RE: Any worth? (5/7/2021 5:24:00 PM)

I'd LOVE to have Rules of Engagement with all the manuals and stuff, on 3.5" disks (I don't have have 5.25" disk drive)




Greybriar -> RE: Any worth? (5/7/2021 6:12:58 PM)


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ORIGINAL: demyansk

I loved Clash of Stell

Then you should like Strategic Command: European Theater. Check out the two YouTube videos linked to below:

Clash of Steel

Strategic Command: European Theater

Or maybe you would like one (or more) of the Strategic Command titles at the Matrix Games Store.





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